Tre'Davious White out of protocol; cleared to play Sunday

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"Man, I don't know what to say on that", White told reporters.

"Man, it's a joke, dog". I'm laying there. He snuck me with my back turned. He could of broke my neck. I got a son to raise. "All that. People don't think about that when they just react", he said.

White was face down on the sideline after intercepting a pass in Buffalo on Sunday when Gronkowski body-slammed him, driving his forearm into White's back and head.

When asked Thursday if Gronkowski's apology means anything to him, White responded, "No". "But boy, when you see something like that and it happens right in front of you, me as a quarterback, I might have ran over and gave him a good shot".

Since that time, the All-Pro tight end has been suspended for one game (pending appeal) but that has not stopped those around the National Football League from weighing in on what exactly he did on the field. "Bad headache. It is what it is".

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While White's availability for a critical game against the Indianapolis Colts at New Era Field hasn't been confirmed, clearing the concussion protocol is a key step toward being active for Sunday's contest.

"His intentions were to hurt me", White said.

White said Thursday he had no comment about a text he sent to ESPN NFL analyst Ryan Clark, which Clark shared on ESPN Radio this week.

White added: "The guy did what he wanted to do".

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